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A district that's characterised by fashion, youth culture, and a barrage of electronic billboards, Shibuya is arguably Tokyo's most well-known shopping mecca. Shibuya Station is one of the busiest railway stations in the Japanese capital, and the oft-photographed Shibuya Crossing exemplifies the neighbourhood's remarkably high foot traffic. While Shibuya offers a dizzying array of boutiques to satisfy even the most hardcore of shoppers, it has a limited selection of lodging options. Bear in mind that hotel prices tend to increase during the Christmas and New Year season, as well as on Japanese holidays, so avoid these dates if you want to score cheaper deals on lodging in Shibuya.

What are the Top Hotels in Shibuya

Shibuya Tokyu REI Hotel features bright, casual rooms and a restaurant, and Wi-Fi is provided for free. The hotel is just 3 minutes' walk from Shibuya Crossing. Rooms at the adults-only Sakura Fleur Aoyama are individually furnished, and sophisticated decor and dimly lit hallways give the hotel a classy vibe. Nezu Museum is a 14-minute walk away. Visitors who are staying for a while can consider Tokyu Stay Shibuya Shin-minamiguchi. As far as Japanese hotel rooms go, the contemporary, laid-back digs here are larger, and they have kitchenettes and washers/dryers. The hotel is near Shibuya JR station, where you can catch Narita Express trains to and from Narita International Airport.

Where are the best areas for Hotels in Shibuya?

Accommodations aren't nearly as plentiful as the malls, department stores, and dining outlets that Shibuya is popular for. The ideal place for tourists to stay in would be as close to Shibuya Station as possible, especially since the shopping streets are clustered around it, but there are only a few options in the centre of this bustling shopper's paradise. Instead, many of the hotels in Shibuya are located west of Shibuya Station, closer to Shinsen Station. Alternatively, you can opt for one of the hotels in the Jinnan area, which lies between Shibuya and Harajuku Stations.

What are Hotels like in Shibuya?

Almost all the hotels in Shibuya are 3-star venues with restaurants, but there's usually an extra charge for breakfast. Rooms are on the smaller side, sometimes measuring only 11 square metres in size, and they sport modern, laid-back décor. Most hotels provide free Wi-Fi. If you're looking to stay in more glamourous digs, you'll find a few upscale properties, too, although they are the outliers in this neighbourhood. These swankier picks typically have indoor or outdoor pools, health clubs, and multiple dining outlets. Their rooms are also more spacious, measuring around 35 square metres on average.

How much do Hotels typically cost in Shibuya?

Shibuya may be a slice of heaven for fashionistas and shoppers, but accommodations in this vibrant district don't come cheap. The price tags of hotel rooms in Shibuya range from S$170 to S$300, with an average room rate of about S$200 per night. Keep in mind that these prices are generally for 3-star hotels, and that the closer the hotel is to Shibuya Station and its surrounding shopping lanes, the more expensive your stay will be. Watch for Hotels.com's great rates and special deals, so you can save on Shibuya lodging and allot more of your travel budget to shopping.

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